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Google Unveils Interactive Fabric

Google has utilized its I/O Developers Conference to unveil Project Jacquard, an enterprise that its Advanced Technology and Projects Group has been working on. Details are hard to come by for the time being, but it would seem that the super-secret department is working on an interactive fabric that can link up to any number of [...]

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Amazon’s reportedly planning its own line of grocery products and household items

Amazon isn’t content selling household goods from other companies — it wants to offer its own branded products as well, according to the Wall Street Journal. The company is said to be focusing on a variety of goods that will be marketed under its Elements brand. (Apparently fire-related branding is restricted to the company’s e-book [...]

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Sony Xperia Z3+

The Xperia Z3+ is just as waterproof as its predecessors but now has a capless USB port. It has a 5.2″ 1080p IPS display,  64-bit Snapdragon 810 CPU, 3GB RAM, 20.7 MP rear camera and 5MP wide angle front camera. Hat Tip Link Continue Reading from the Source

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UN: Government efforts to undermine encryption threaten basic human rights

The United States is once again at odds with the United Nations over the country’s efforts to undermine encryption tools, curtail anonymity, and engage in wanton spying. A report from special rapporteur David Kaye argues against all those endeavors, but it’s particularly focused on how efforts to subvert the security of encrypted information threatens free expression and the [...]

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Sony: Fun with Sticky Notes

To promote its 4K Action Cam, Sony created this OK Go-worthy video, in which they drove the cameras on a robotic platform surrounded by thousands of moving sticky notes which created a colorful landscape to travel through. Link Continue Reading from the Source

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Dave Morin sells Path’s social networking and messaging services to prevent the rest of the Path ship from sinking

Path’s Dave Morin announced yesterday that Daum Kakao, the company behind the KakaoTalk messaging platform, has acquired Path and Path Talk. Rumors about the acquisition have been swirling for some time. Path is a natural fit for Daum Kakao, given the social network’s popularity in Southeast Asia and its relative lack of traction in the [...]

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Deal: HUSKK Phone Case & Wallet

Save 49% on the HUSKK Quickdraw case for the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus in the Technabob Shop. It doubles as a wallet for your credit cards and cash. Securely holds up to 7 cards. Crafted from hand-stitched Italian leather, naturally colored in black. Link Price: $25 to $30 Continue Reading from the Source

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Google Photos

Google Photos for PC, Android and iOS offers free unlimited storage for photos and videos. The fun – and creepy – part? It automatically sorts and recognizes the people and objects in your media. Damn Google, you scary. Link Link 2 Price: Free Continue Reading from the Source

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Moleskine Launches Timepage App

Stalwart notebook brand Moleskine has launched its new Timepage app for iPhone and Apple Watch. Using a simplistic timeline view, stylish typography and integration with Google calendar, Timepage will organise your day, just as Moleskine’s famous notebooks have done for years. Appointments show up next to useful information such as location, transit time and weather, [...]

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Apple Acquires Augmented Virtual Reality Firm metaio

Apple has acquired augmented virtual reality firm metaio. Following an announcement on metaio’s website stating that it was ending purchase of products and subscriptions, a legal document has surfaced confirming the transfer of ownership shares of the startup tech firm to Apple. Specializing in virtual reality capabilities through technological programming and developing, metaio possesses a [...]

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Google Maps to Include Offline Search and Navigation

At Google’s I/O 2015 developers’ conference yesterday, the tech company announced that its ubiquitous map service Google Maps is set to be updated with offline functionalities such as search and turn-by-turn voice navigation. Consistent with Senior Vice President Sundar Pichai’s vision of enabling internet access to the next billion users in the developing world, the [...]

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Portiko Extension Cord by Bluelounge

Innovative design studio and tech product firm Bluelounge presents the Portiko extension cord. Combining simplicity, convenience, and portable function, the Portiko is a 6-foot extension cord with two outlets and two USB ports. Ideal for a shared workspace office, living-room area, or hotel room, the Portiko arrives in two colorways, including white and blue. Priced [...]

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Your chances of becoming a unicorn? Just over 1%

“A million dollars isn’t cool. You know what’s cool? A billion dollars.” The Social Network is a pretty silly movie. But in addition to be being beautifully shot the film also captured — and probably helped create — the new obsession with starting not just a successful business, not just a wildly successful business, but a stupidly ridiculously [...]

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Ninebot One E+ Self-Balancing Scooter

We’ll spare the references to Sharper Image aluminum frames of yesteryear; the One E+ Self-Balancing Scooter uses “scooter” as a mere reference term. Developed by Chinese tech company Ninebot, the One E+ has more in common with a unicycle really, using a 16-inch self-balancing brushless motor to calculate millions of contextual factors – ground texture, [...]

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“These are not startups.” Elizabeth Warren is worried about big tech — and big banks — influencing politics

This morning, Massachusetts Democratic senator and human Wall Street bullshit meter Elizabeth Warren stopped into Greentown Labs, a clean-tech hardware incubator space in Somerville — Boston’s version of Brooklyn. The senator, who has continually been forwarded as a potential threat to Hilary Clinton’s seemingly preordained Democratic Party presidential nomination, took a tour of the manufacturing, [...]

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Lenovo Smart Cast Projects a Touchscreen onto Any Surface

In recent years, smartphone innovations have plateaued; screens have gotten bigger, features more advanced, but no company has created an industry shifting technological or functional leap in any way. Lenovo has grown tired of waiting for that leap. They’re moving forward themselves with a smartphone that brings something legitimately new the table: a projector that [...]

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GoPro to Release a Quadcopter in 2016

With drone footage becoming ever more present across a variety of cinematic, sporting and private productions, it would appear that GoPro’s latest proposal to begin manufacturing its own air-born equipment is a natural step in the right direction. During a speech at this year’s Code Conference, GoPro’s CEO Nick Woodman announced that the video recording [...]

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